Parador de Cazorla
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Mrushmere stayed here on Jun 2, 2014 during their trip titled: Mike & Christine by motobike to Morocco..
... is probably quite different then them… A Disturbing Scene I head on down towards the city, straight down the mountain this time, alongside an ancient wall with many layers to it. The early layers are clearly Moorish of packed earth with holes in it for scaffolding—much like a Moroccan medina wall. Then there are section of cut stone and mixed earth and rock, suggesting that this wall has been destroyed and rebuilt many times. Back down in ...
Still progressing to the next big cities we were trying to enjoy the country side. Unfortunately there was one principle crop along the way. Olive trees as far as the eye can see and not one yellow crested cockatoo or pink and grey galah in sight. Ubeda did have some interesting renaissance buildings but of course ...
... that gives a lot of words a hissing quality – Café becomes Cathe, expresso becomes ethprethso. My Spanish is bad enough without making me lisp. Gracias sounds just like Grassy Ass!
After this town we have one more big stop full of Old Stuff. That will do it for both of us – we are quickly coming to a saturation point on Churches, ancient buildings and bleeding/crying statues. But not yet, we have to see The Alhambra in Granada. Then we can be ...
... particular reason because I found it even more attractive than Ubeda with a
center of public buildings including its Cathedral and old university almost
completely built in light colored stone in a very harmonious style. Although it
wasn’t apparent that I climbed quite a lot the ridge top location and 2,700
foot (800 meter) elevation of both Baeza and Ubeda make for a quite appealing